The island is only 2-miles long and a half-mile wide but there's no shortage of things to do. We spent our mornings riding bikes from the northern tip, called The Split, down the southern loop. You can also walk or run, but I'd recommend biking so you can make quick stops at all the docks and coconut trees along the dirt path. Don't be intimated by the heavy forestry, the path is safe and a great start to the days. If you enjoy a morning swim, hop in the water off any of the public docks; the dark-colored water is just sea grass and the teal colored water is the white carribean sand everyone hopes for.